As Information Systems Director reporting directly to the Clerk of the Circuit Court, immediately responsible for all aspects of the automated work production operations of the Clerk’s office. Directly supervising a staff of twenty-six information systems professionals, preparing and managing a $2.3 million operating and capital budget as well as acting as the final decision authority for hardware and software selection, deployment, and training. Directly responsible for the prioritization of project efforts in the development and implementation arena as well as command and control of enterprise-wide host-based, network-based, Internet-based and personal computing resources while ensuring the security, confidentiality and availability of data and systems. Also responsible for all aspects of the initiation, negotiation, processing, and monitoring of automation-related contracts and agreements as well as automation-related enterprise capital budgeting and the automation aspects of facilities construction/renovation. Primary architect for the development and maintenance of the Master Plan for Automation, a long-range strategic plan for the development and telecommunications support for the automated operations of the Clerk's office. Chair of the Brevard County Information Systems Advisory Committee's Technical Advisory Subcommittee comprised of appointees of all Constitutional Officers in Brevard County. Represent the Clerk’s office on the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit’s Court Technology Committee and the Florida Association of Court Clerk’s Automation Roundtable.
Specific executive skills – large-scale project management, change management, organizational vision and leadership to leverage technology for the advantage of the organization.